Equally distancing text around a path

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I am trying to type multiple pieces of equally distanced text around a cirlular path. I know how to type on a path but what I want to know is; is there a way to type separate pieces of text around the same cirlce and make them equally distanced from each other? This is an example of a logo that does what I want to but with only one piece of text, as well as an attempt I made in photoshop but the text is not spread evenly around the circle how I would like it to be. (I have attempted it in Photoshop because I have more experience with it than I do Illustrator, but I understand that Illustrator is generally better logo design and text manipulation so I thought I'd ask here)

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021
I typed the following line into a regular point type frame and set it to "Justify all lines" in the Paragraph palette: ngised photography videography Then I highlighted the first word and rotated it by 180 degrees in the Character palette. After that I copied the entire line, drew a circle, took the Type on a Path tool, clicked on the edge of the circle and pasted the clipboard. In the Character palette I modified the baseline shift for each word a bit. Pretty cranky, isn't it?

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Also, is it possible to/how do I flip the text at the bottom of the circle so that it is the right way up?

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Caution, this method is a bit whimsical.

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gSDTVTgCWDZzgF_3k9HiaZtyqrswLL-s/view?usp=sharing

 

(AI format CC 2020)

 

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Thank you so much! could you explain how you did it?

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I typed the following line into a regular point type frame and set it to "Justify all lines" in the Paragraph palette:

 

 ngised photography videography

 

Then I highlighted the first word and rotated it by 180 degrees in the Character palette. After that I copied the entire line, drew a circle, took the Type on a Path tool, clicked on the edge of the circle and pasted the clipboard. In the Character palette I modified the baseline shift for each word a bit.

 

Pretty cranky, isn't it?

 

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Good job, Kurt 😉👍🏼

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